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. congressman of virginia said if you don't tie our hands we are going to keep stealing, i democrat, admitting with balanced budget amendments et cetera. pretty revealing, when you consider, this president has accumulated more debt, larger deficits than any president combined from washington through reagan. >> they are stealing. they are stealing from our future. they are stealing from our children and grandchildren. trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see. that's not what america is about. my family sacrificed so my brother and i could have opportunity. this country has always been about people sacrificing for the next generation. now we see the democrats in washington stealing from the next generation to buy voights -- to buy votes and interest groups today. we have to stop it. >> sean: a lot of people are talking about the possibility you may run for president. are you thinking about it? >> i love the private sector. i had 12 years as governor. >> sean: you are not going to give me a straight answer. >> i'm going to do everything i can to help republicans win this november. >> se
of republicans. in a moment, lieutenant dan choi. virginia phillips ruling the policy of banning openly gay men and women from serving in the military has a, quote, direct and deleterious effect on the armed services. phillips declaring don't ask, don't tell is unconstitutional because it violates first and fifth amendment rights, and offers no military benefit. among those discharged were many with critically needed skills. according to the government's own data, many of those discharged pursuant to the act had education training or specialization in so-called critical skills, including arabic, chinese flun see. military intelligence, weapons development and medicine. the suit was first filed in 2004 by the republicans, a gay and lesbian advocacy group. it will not effect policy immediately. the judge will first draft an injunction over the next week. the justice department can appeal the decision. a spokesman telling the ap, it's currently being reviewed by attorneys. for his part, president obama who campaigned on the repeal of don't ask, don't tell has left it up to congress to overturn the
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